The Invasions of Armenia in the 11-14th Centuries, by Robert G. Bedrosian, in 197 bookmarked pdf pages. This is an extract of several sections from R. Bedrosian's Ph.D. dissertation, The Turco-Mongol Invasions and the Lords of Armenia in the 13-14th Centuries (Columbia University, 1979), describing military and political aspects of the Turco-Mongol invasions of Armenia, beginning with the Saljuqs in the 11th century and ending with Timur's invasions in the late 14th and early 15th centuries. The full dissertation also is available at Internet Archive. Topics: Abstract; Chapter Two: Armenia and the Turco-Mongol Invasions; Triumph of the Turkmens (from Chapter Three); Conclusions; Appendices: A. Supplementary Notes on the 11-13th Century Naxarars; B. Aspects of Centrifugalism within and among Certain 13-14th Century Naxarardoms; C. Notes on the Relations between the Mongols and the Armenian Church in the 13th Century; Bibliography and Glossary: Sources; Literature; Glossary; Maps in English, Armenian and Russian, by Cyril Toumanoff and Suren T. Eremyan.